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EDFORLTH O TlTlT—ThtTiin
dersignvd having taken charge of the Bed
ford Hotel, formerly kept by Col. John Hafer, an
nounces to the publie that "he will be able to af
ferd the belt accommodation*, both to the travel
ing public and home custom. The house will be
improved and re-fitted, and the Bar wiH always be
well supplied with choice liqnors. His table will
be inpplied with the choicest edible* of the season,
and he will spare no pains to make it suitable for
all. His stable is one of the best in Bedford, and
a good hostler will always be in attendance.
fyßoarders taken by the week, month or year.
Terms reasonable. The public are respectfully in
vited to give himaeall.
JOSHUA J. SHOEMAKER.
Jan. 15, '64 _ ■ ■
T~ HE M E NGEL HO U BE,
Juliana Street. Bedford. Pa.
The subscriber respectfully begs leave to inform
the travelling publio that he has recently enlarged,
improved and refitted his house, both for the ac
sommodation of travelers and boarders, as well as
country customers Persons coming to this place
for the* purpose of visiting the Bedford Springs,
w ill find this house pleasantly located.
Ample and convenient Stabling is attached to
this Hotel, which will always be attended by a
oaraful hostler. Also a safe and convenient sar
All are iavited to give lnm a call.
ISAAC MENGEL, Proprietor.
I have purchased and entirely renovated the
largs stone and brick building opposite the Penn
svlvania Railroad Depot, and have now opened it
for the accommodation of the traveling public.
The Carpets. Furniture, Beds and Bedding are en
tirely new and first class, and I am safe in saying
that I can offer accommodations not excelled in
Central Pennsylvania. , .
I refer to my patrons who have fo-merly known
me while in charge of the Broad Top City Hotel
and Jackson House. JOSEPH MORRISON.
I EXCHANGE HOTEL,
The undersigned would respectfully nunonnce
that they haveleased the above named hotel tor a
term of years. The house is delightfully situated
convenient to the Penna. Railroad Depot end well
arranged and adapted for a public hotel. The
proprietors intend that their table shall not be
second to that of anv country hotel, and their bar
will always be provided with the choicest liquors.
A share of the public patronage is respectfully _so-
licited. ERR ALLIA.
Huntingdon, Pa., Jan 4. 1867. —ly.
-Y-R N I O N HOTEL,
WEST PITT ST., BEDFORD, PA :
V. STECKMAX, Proprietor.
This excellent hotel is now prepared to accom
modate the publio in the best manner and on the
most liberal terms.
.May 9,'62. _
XTTEAVER HOTEL, St. Clairmlte,
Yy Pa—The undersigned would respectfully
inform the public that he has leased the hotel late
ly kept bv Mr. S. Crisswan, St Clairsville, Pa.,
where he "will accommodate all who may favor
him with their custom. w „. vv
junS.-3m. HENRY WEAVER. _
ff Railroad Street,
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money will be refunded by the proprietor.
E. Corner of Centre Square.
, Lancaster, Pa.
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CURE ALL DISEASES OF THE SKIN!
Diseases of the skin are numerous and, with but
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is born in the systeftn; while others acquire it
through improper treatment of scores of diseases.
Under this head may be elassed—
-Ist, Scrofula, —This disease is hereditary and is
transmitted from generation to generation It is
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both moral and physical; in other words, it is
caused by vice. Acting as a latent poison, it re
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depuraling organs, so that they fail to discharge
or cast out the impurities that are continually gen
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acquires gonorboea, or some other secret disease,
he undergoes a course of mercury, the disease is
dried up, and the patient pronounced well. Vain
delusion. The complaint is not cured, its channel
is only diverted. Instead of making its appear
ance outwardly, it acts on the internal organs, and
scrofula, which is bequeathed from father to son,
ts the result. Many persons who are perfectly
free from all immorality and vice are afflicted with
scrofula. They are suffering for the sins of their
fathers and laboring under the curse inscribed in
scribed in the Book of Books. "I will visit the
iniquities of the fathers upon their children."
To cure this dreadful complaint it is necessary
that the blood should be thoroughly purified, alt
the organs of the body brought into a healthy state
of action, and the system braced up and strength
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It purifies the blood, it strengthens the internal
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2d, Running Sores and Ulcers.—Running sores
and ulcers invariably indicate a scrofulous taint.
They are caused by the efforts of nature to dis
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afflicted with running sores and ulcers succeeded
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the skin grows over the sore. They arc, however,
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MADE AT WALTHAM, MASS.,
IS THE BEST.
It is made on the best principle. It is composed
of SOLID PLATES. No jar can interfere with the
harmony of its working, and no sudden shock can
damage its machinery. Every piece is made and
finished by machinery, (itself famous for its novelty,
as well as for its effectiveness,) and is therefore
properly inade. The watch is what all mechanism
should "be— ACCURATE, SIMPLE, STRONG AND ECO
NOMICAL. Except some high grades, too costly for
general use, foreign watches are chiefly made by
women and boys. Such watches are composed of
several hundred pieces, screwed and riveted to
gether, and require constant repairs to keep them
in any kind of order. All persons who have car
ried "ancres," "lepines," and '-English Patent
Levers,'' are perfectly well aware of the truth of
At the beginning of our enterprise, more than
ten years ago, it was our first object to make a
thoroughly good low-priced watch for the million,
to take the place of these foreign impositions, the
refuse of foreign factories, which were entirely un
saleable at home and perfectly worthless every
llow well we have accomplished this may bo
understood from the fact that after so many years
of public trial we now make MORE THAN HALF OF
ALL THE WATCHES SOLD IN THE UNITED STATES,
and that no others have ever given such universal
satisfaction. While this department of our busi
ness is continued with increased facilities for per
fect work, we are at present engaged in the man
ufacture of watches of the very HIGHEST GRADE
KNOWN TO CHRONOMETRV, unequaled by anything
hitherto made by ourselves, and unsurpassed by
anything made in the world. For this purpose
we have the amplest facilities. We have erected
an addition to our main building expressly for
this branch of our business, and have filled it with
the best workmen in our service. New machines
and appliances have been constructed, which per
form their work with consummate delicacy and
exactness. The choicest and most approved ma
terials only are used, and we challenge comparison
between this grade of our work and the finest im
ported chronometers. We do not pretend to sell
our watches for LESS MONEY than foreign watches
but we do assert, without fear of contradiction,
that for the SAME MONEY our product is incompa
bly superior. All our watches, of whatever grade,
are fully warranted, and this warrantee is good
at all times against us or our agents in all parts of
CAUTION. —The public are cautioned to buy only
of respectable dealers. All persons selling coun
terfeits will be prosecuted.
ROBBINS A APPLETON,
Agents for the American Watch Company.
nov39ml 182 Broadway, N.Y.
SNOW POWDER.—Patented May
29, 1866. This is an article for washing with
out rubbing, except in very dirty places, which
will requiflb a very slight rub, and unlike other
preparations offered for a like purpose, WILL NOT
ROT the clothes, but will leave them much WHITER
than ordinary methods, without the usual wear
It removes grease spots as if by magic, and sof
tens the dirt by soaking, so that rinsing will inor
dinary cases entirely remove it.
This powder is prepared in accordance with
chemical science, and upon a process peculiar to
itself, which is secured by Letters Patent. It has
been in use for more than a year, and has proved
itself an universal favorite wherever it has been
used. Among the advantages claimed are the fol
It saves all the expense of soap usually used on
cotton and linen goods.
It saves most of the labor of rubbing, and wear
Also, for cleaning windows it is unsurpassed.—
With one quarter the time and labor usually re
quired it imparts a beautiful gloss and lustre,
much superior to any other mode. No water re
quired except to moisten tbe powder.
Directions with each package.
And can be readily appreciated by a single
trial. The cost of washing for a family of five or
six persons will not exceed THREE CENTS.
The manufacturers of this powder are aware
that many useless compounds have been introdu
ced to the public which have rotted the cloth, or
failed in removing the dir,t. but knowing the in
trinsic excellence of this article, they confidently
proclaim it as being adapted to meet a demand
which has long existed, and which has heretofore
Manufactured by HOWE A STEVENS,
260 Broadway, Boston,
Also, manufacturers of Family Dye Colors.
For sale by Grocers and Dealers every
I f USICAL INSTRUMENTS.—B.
M. GREENE has opened his Music Store,
one door west of W. Lewis' Book Store, where ho
keeps constantly on band STEINWAY & SONS'
and RAVEN A BACON'S. AND OTHERS'
PIANOS, MASON A HAMLIN'S CABINET OR
GANS and CARIIART. NEEDHAM A CO S' ME
LODEON'S ; Guitars, Violins, Fifes, Flutes; Guitar
and Violin Strings.
MUSIC BOOKS—Golden Chain, Golden Shower,
Golden Censor, Golden Trio, Ac., Ac.
SHEET MUSIC—He is constantly reviving from
Philadelphia all the latest music, which persons at
a distance wishing, can order, and have them sent
by mail, at publisher's prices.
and Organs warranted for Jive years.
Those wishing to buy any of the above articles
are invited to call and examine mine before pur
chasing elsewhere*. My prices A-e the same as in
New York and Philadelphia.
Circulars of instruments sent promptly upon ap
plication with any additional information desired.
B. M. GREENE,
Hill street, Huntingdon. Pa.,
in Brown's new Hardware Buliding.
Dr. C. N. Hickok, Agent, Bedford, P.
Dec. 1, '65-ly
MANHOOD; HOW LOST, HOW
RESTORED.— Just published. a uric edi
tion of DR. CULVERWELL'S CELEBRATED
ESSAV on the radical cure (without medicine) of
SPERMATORRHEA. or Seminal Weakness, Involun
tary Seminal Losses, linpotcncy, Mental and
Physical Incapacity Impediments to Marriage,
etc., also Consumption. Epilepsy, and Fits induced
by self-Indulgence or Sexual extravagance.
"The world renowned author, in this udmirablc
Lecture clearly proves from his own experience
that the awful oonsequences of Self-Abuse may be
effectually removed without medicine, and without
dangerous surgical operations, bougies, instru
ments, rings, or cordials, pointing out a mode of
cure at once certain and effectual, by which every
sufferer, no matter what hiscouditiou may be, may
cure himself cheaply, privately and radically.
THIS LECTURE WILL "PROVE A BOON TO THOUSANDS
Sent under seal, to any address, in a plain, seal
ed envelop, on the receipt f six cents, or two post
age stamps, by addressing
CHAS. J. C. KLINE A CO.,
127 Bowery, N. Y., Post Office Box 4586.
Feb 16, '66—ly
FJIHE BEDFORD GAZETTE
MEYERS & MENGEL
Having recently made additional im
provement# tf our office, we are pre
pared to execute all orders for
PLAIN AND FANCY
With dispatch and ia the most
JS UP E RIO It STYLE.
Our facilities for printing
POSTERS, PROGRAMMES, Ac.,
CONCERTS AND EXHIBITIONS,
"PUBLIC SALE" BILLS
Printed, at short nottee.
We can insure complete satisfaction
as to time and price.
All ork Executed Promptly. *
M ELM BOLD'S B UCHW.
Tat only hue tan remedy for
IRRITATION OF THE KECK OP THI BLAD
DER, INFLAMMATION OF THE KID
NEYS, CATARRH OF THE BLAD
DER, STRANGURY OR PAIN
For these diseases it is truly a sovereiga remedy,
and too much cannot be said ia its praise. A
single doso has beonknowa to relieve the most ur
Are you troubled with that distressing pain in
the small of the back and through the hips? A
teaspoonful a day of Helmbold's Buchu will relievo
PH YSICIANS AND OTHERS
I make no secret of ingredients. Helmbold's
Extract Buchu is composed of Buchu, Cubebs, and
Juniper Berries, selected with great cara, prepar
ed in vacuo and according to rules of
PHARMACY AND CHEMISTRY,
These ingredients are know* as theasost valua
ble Diuretics afforded.
Is that which acts upon the kidneys.
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU
Is pleasant ia taste and odor, free from all injuri
ous properties, and immediate in its actioa.
FOR THE SATISFACTION OF ALL,
See Medical Properties contained in Dispensatory
ofthe U. £., of whioh the following is a eorreot
"BUCHU. Its odor is strong, diffusive, and
somewhat aromatic, its taste bitterish, aud analo
gous to that of mint. It is given chiefly in aom
plaints of the Urinary Organs, such as Gravel,
chronic Catarrh of She Bladder, Morbid irrita
tion ofthe Bladder and Urethra, Diseases ofthe
Prostrate, aud Retention or the Incontinence of
Urine, from a loss of ton* in the parts eoncerned
in its evacuation. It has also beo recommended
in Dyspepsia, Chronic Rheumatism, Cutaneous Af
fections, and Dropsy."
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION,
See PrefessorDewees' valuable works on the Prac
tice of Physic.
See Remarks made by the celebrated Dr. Phy
sic, of Philadelphia.
See any and all Standard Work on Medieino.
MAN UFACTURING CHEMIST
IN THE WORLD.
lam aoquainted with H. T. Helmbold; he occu
pied the drug store opposite my residenco, and
was successful in conducting tho business where
others had not been equally so before him. I have
been favorably impressed with his character and
(Firm of Powers & Weightman,)
Ninth and Brown Streets, Philadelphia.
f From the Philad'a Evening Bulletin, Mar., 10. J
We are gratified to hear of the continued suc
cess. in New York, of our townsman, Mr. H. T.
Helmbold, Druggist. His store, next to the Met
ropolitan Hotel, is 28 feet front, 230 feet deep, and
five stories in height. It is certainly a grand es
tablishment, and speaks falorably of the merit of
his articles. He retains his Office and Laboratory
in this city, which are also model establishments
of their class.
The proprietor has been induced to make this
statement from the faet that his remedies, although
And, knowing that the intelligent refrain from u
singany tking pertaining to Quackery, or the Pat
ent Medicine order—most of which aro prepared
by self-styled Doctors, who are too ignorant to read
a physician's simplest prescription, much less com
petent to prepare pharmaceutical preparations.
THESE PARTIES RESORT
to various meansof effecting sales, suoh as copying
parts of advertisements of popular remedies, and
finishing with certificates.
TheSoience of Mddicine stands SIMPLE, PURE,
and MAJESTlC,— having Fact for its Basis, In
duction for its Pillar. Truth alone for its Capitol.
A WORD OF CAUTION.
Health is most important; and the afflicted
should not use an advertised remedy, unless its
contents or ingredients are known tc others be
sides the manufacturer, or until they arc satisfied
of tho qualifications of the party so offering.
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHO,
FLUID EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA,
AND IMPROVED ROSE WATER.
Established upwards of 16 years.
Prepared by H. T. HELMBOLD.
HELMBOLO'S Drug and Chemical Warehouse
594 Broadway, New York',
And HELMBOLD'S Medical Depot, 104 South
Tenth Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
BHRINERS BALSAMIC COU%/
For Coughs, Cold , Croup. Whs fin* Cttgh,
Asthma, Bronchitis, Spitting 81004
Pain and Weakness sf tht B<ot*h
Difficulty of Brsathing, 4-%
Tbi is no new remedy. It ha* been used tar a
number of years in Maryland and parts of Pana
sylvania. and has. wherever knewa. acquired aa
unprecedented reputation for curing the varieus
diseases for which it is recommended.
So apparent is ita usefulness, and so reaiarkabl
has been itscures, that it is fast superceding everj
other remedy for those diseases. The afflicted cai
rely upon its doing as much for them, and in man)
publi" 1010 thaß otker reme dy now be ere the
I ti*r recomn ionded and prescribed in the prae
iI I°JA ■ r £* number of the most intelligent and
I Bidere,l 7Cla j? of Maryland. It is used and coa
j )ur( , (> , ndl pensable household remedy hy a
! lfJo^ ,r l 0f tke of the Stale.
1 inii * olasses of society. and the uni
j versa! opinion , that it ia good. This S urup is
1 t L-'/ L 'm'rfr j Compound. It is pleasant te
! tak f: and D 4ocs injury. But owing te its
purifying qualities, must do good under any cir
cumstanees. Its effect, are truly wonderful, iooth
ing, calming, and allaying the most violent
coughs, purifying, strengthening and invigoratnr
the whole system, calming and soothing the'nervej
aiding and facilitating expectoration, and heal
thus striking at tho root of diseaao, sad driviar it
from the system. •
This disease is announced by difficultyofhreath
ing, shrill whistling or wheezing, hacking cough
and threatened suffocation. Ac. It mostly eccura
in young children. No child need die ef croup if
, this Syrup is_ properly used and used in time.—
Mothers having croupy children should watch the
first show of the disease, and always keep this
remedy at hand.
For coughs after measles this syru ia moat ex
cellent. Experience has proven that it is equalled
by no other preparation.
The price of the remedy ia such as to place it
within the reach of all, the poor as well ai the
rich, and every person should have it.
Every person should have it in the house. It is
a true and faithful friend to all who value health
and wish to secure themselves against that most
terrible diseaso, consumption. It will be found
the most useful tin well as the cheapest family mod
icine in tho world. It haa been used for the last
four years with a success withoat a parallel.
Price 50 cts. per bottle.
Prepared by S. A. Foutz & Bre.
For sale by H. C. Reamer aid 1. 1. Harrv
Druggists, Bedford, Pa.
August 11, 1865—1y.
Use S/.riaer's Balsmvue Cough Syrup, mmd
Bars your Children. No child need die of
Croup if this Sprup is used in time.
Since the introduction of this beautiful prepara
tion, it has been steadily advancing into publie
favor. Its astonishing efficacy in expelling worma
has won for it many friends wherever known, and
these are speaking its praise to others, so that it
is fast being introduced into every family ia the
land. The demand for it is becoming immense.—
To make it still more worthy the preference al
ready shown it, the PKOPKIETOR is putting it ug
in a much handsomer style than formerly. It il
now prepared with the greatest care of unifon%
strength, with plain directions, to that agy ene
can administer it.
IT IS ENT 111 ELY VEGE TA B L E—PEM
FECTLY SAFE AND HARMLESS.
And has never been known to fail to expel
where worms existed. The proprietors boldly as
sert that it is superior to aay other preparatioa i
for SHRINER'S INDIAN fERMI
FUGE, and take no other. 2i een£
* # *Prepared by S. A. Foute h Bro., and
sale at the drug stores of Reamer aad Harry, Bed"
ford. Pa. August 11, 1855—1y.
Shriner's Indian Vermifuge, to destroy Worms,
is sntirely Vegtablt—Perfeetly Safe
Ij Is a safe and reliable remedy for the cure of
Rheumatism, Painful Nervous Affections, Sprains,
Burns, Swellings and all diseases requiring an ex
tornal application on man.
On horses it will never fail to cure Poleevil,
Fistula, old running gores, or Sweeny, if properly
applied. For sprains, bruises, scratches, crooked
hoofs, chafes, saddles or collar gall, cuts
wounds, it is an infallible remedy. Try it and
convinced of its efficacy.
Persons afflicted with this disease no matter ot
how long standing, can be promptly and effectual
ly cured by using this Mixture.
There is nothing in the world so sure and se
good to take away hard xtorns, and cure Frost
Bites as this preparation* Try it and satisfy
yourselves. Price 50 and 75 cents per bottle.—
S. A. FOUTZ, Baltimore, Md.
£s?"For sale at the drug stores of Reamer and
Harry, Bedford, Pa. fAug. 11, 1865—1y
Fontz's Mixture is the test L* at met it for imu.
and Beast nam in met.
FO U T Z 1 S
HORSE AND CATTLE
THESE Powders have proved after a trial ol
several years, to be euperior to any preparation of
the kind in use The chief superiority of these
powders arises from the fact that they are com
posed of medicines that have Laxative, Tonis and
Purifying properties. The laxative ejeots crudi
ties from the stomach and intestines, the tonis
gives strength to the system of the Horse, and tht
purifying medicines contained in them cleanse
the blood, and lay the foundation for a vigorour
and healthy circulation. The use of them improve*
the wind, strengthens the appetite and gives tns
horse a fine, smooth and glossy skin—thus improv
ing the appearance, vigor and spirit of this noble
These powders are not intended, as most pow
ders are, to bloat the animal, so as to give him the
appearance of being fat when not really so—but,
to remove the disease and promote his general
These powders will strengthen the stomach and
intestines, cleanse them from offensive matter, and
bring them to a healthy state. They are a sure
preventive of Lung Fever, and a certain remedy
for all diseases incident to the Horse, as Glanders,
Yellow Water, Distempers, Founder, Heaves,
Slaveirug, Coughs, Fevers. Loss of Appetite, and
Vital Energy, Ac —These Powders, if used two er
three times a week, through the winter and spring,
your horse will never get the Lung Fever, Colic or
Butts. A few doses of these powders will remove
the worst cough, on any horse. Were owners ef
horses to feed a few of these powders every year,
they might save the lives of many valuable horses.
The properties this powder possesses in increas
ing the quantity of milk in cows, gives it an im
portance and value which should place it sn the
hands of every person keeping a cow. In fatten
ing cattle, it gives them an appetite, loosens their
hide, and makes them thrive much faster.
In all diseases of swine, as coughs, ulcers in the
lungs and liver. Ac., by putting iroin halfa paper
to a paper of these powder in a barrel of swill,
the above diseases can be cured or entirely pre
vented. By using these powders the hog cholera
can be prevented.
Prepared by SI A. FOUTZ,
For sale at the Drug Stores of Reamer and
Harry, Bedford, Pa. Aug.ll, '65-ly.
The above medicines can be had at manufac
turer's prices of Johnson, Holloway A CowdeA
Phil'a., J. J. Bender, Pittsburg, Laupht
Roshfleld, Wheeling, Va.